Family-run business Maison Février has been creating elaborate feather costumes for Paris' Moulin Rouge dancers since 1929. The company makes these exquisite outfits by hand.
Showing lots of leg and underskirt, the can-can is an age-old favorite in Paris and the highlight of every cabaret show. Euromaxx reporter Maria Grunwald gets into the swing of things and tries to learn the can-can.
Germany's varieté show culture blossomed during the 1920s – but was soon shut down by the Nazi regime a decade later. A commemorative plaque has now been laid at the site of one of its best known venues, the Scala.
Illustrator Robert Nippoldt and author Boris Pofalla have published a fascinating book about Berlin's golden era, the Roaring Twenties. It reflects the interest now taken in the art scene of the Weimar Republic.
Admired yet underestimated: that was German-French operetta composer Jacques Offenbach's fate. As his hometown, Cologne, prepares to celebrate his bicentennial throughout 2019, here's a look at his work.
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